Nuclear Balls

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475 reviews
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About this game

One of the most addictive game in chain reaction available on the market.

Tap the screen to start the chain reaction. To complete the level you have to destroy given amount of balls. More balls you destroy more points you get.


Game supports:
- scoring and highscores
- a lot of different levels
- configurable backgrounds
- continue mode
- 4! difficulty modes
- smooth animation
- vibration
- sound effects
- app to SD card


Let the balls be with you, enjoy!


Thank you all for the opinions and suggestions!
Updated on
May 30, 2016

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475 reviews
A Google user
September 14, 2018
Played the fun Mindjolt version on Facebook a few years ago and got through all 50 levels. This phone app version is rubbish in comparison, it's not fun because the balls move a lot slower, it's harder because it's played in a rectangle field instead of the original square, and you didn't need to get all balls in Mindjolt version, only the majority was needed. I'm at only level 5 on this one and gave up after several days of trying to get passed the frustration. Mindjolt version has 3 levels of play: Easy, Medium, Hard - This phone app version is at hard level and cannot be changed :( Not happy, Jan!! .. Uninstalling.
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June 12, 2021
the name is nice, but if you want to use all bombs you have to use them quickly before the game over screen appears
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A Google user
September 24, 2019
Took a while to figure it out but I'm at level 45 now and I love it!
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What's new

Code improvements.